The following courses are being offered at Gila Community College, 201 Mud Springs Rd. For more information, call (928) 468-8039 or online visit www.gilaccc.org/ncpayson.html.
Digital camera workshop
Do you own a digital camera or are you thinking about purchasing one? Do you know how to download your photos into your computer or storage media?
Help is on the way. Join this two-hour beginner's mini-workshop at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 3.earn how to download, save, import and email your photos.
Computer skills required. Late fee applied after Oct. 27.
Guitar Beginnings Part 2
Would you like to brush up on your guitar skills?This class is Part 2 in the Guitar Beginnings series, and designed for the more experienced student. Enroll now in this weekly class to brush up on your skills and have some fun at the same time.he class is ideal for those that participated in Part 1 recently with Anne Eichberger.
Classes begin Oct. 28 and meet at 4 p.m. for four Thursdays. Acoustical guitars only, please. All age groups welcome!
Create A Project lab session
Would you like to make some of your holiday gifts this year?ign up now for the next Create A Project lab session. We will teach you how to make return address labels, create a personalized calendar and import photography, or business cards, and help answer your questions about your home or business computer projects.
This fun class is held from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Friday, Oct. 29. You bring a project, we'll give you some ideas!Computer skills required.
Make place mats for holidays
Fall is in the air, the holidays are nearing. How about making place mats for your holiday table using paints and stencils? Or make a set of gift place mats to coordinate with someone special's kitchen? The instructor will provide pretreated fabric and supplies to create your own design in one class session.
Oct. 29 is the deadline for enrollment and registration. Class size minimum.
Genealogy Internet research workshop
Do you ever think about researching your family heritage? Payson is the best place to accomplish your research under the guidance of Northern Gila County Genealogical Society and Gila Community College with this unique Internet genealogy research workshop.
Val Sullivan will teach Basic Genealogy Internet/Website Research Skills from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 30 in Computer Lab 104.
Key research components of this workshop are Free Genealogy Websites, Free Public Records, NARA Site, Civil War Sites, and more.
Late registration fee applied after Oct. 25. Seating is limited so register now.
New Word Processing introductory class
Beginning computer users who would like to learn the basics of word processing and writing/saving documents on the computer, this new mini-workshop is for you!
Jim Buettner, a retired IBM engineer/programmer, will lead this two-hour class and teach you how to find your way around your "My Documents" folder, create and format documents, and search for documents that have been lost somewhere on the computer.
The class is scheduled for early November, so register now and avoid the late fee. Visit www.sky.prohosting.com/gilaccc/word2002.html for class details.
The popular two-hour workshop is back. We'll show you some of our favorite "safe" Internet sites for you to browse and use.earn techniques about surfing the Internet for research, information and fun.
Join us at 9 a.m. Friday, Nov. 5. All age groups welcome. Register early!
All-Star Families returns
The All-Star Families program for parents and grandparents is returning.
New classes are being planned for Tuesday evenings, Nov. 2, 9, 16, and Thursday evening, Dec. 2 at 6 p.m. at Gila Community College.
Weekly topics will include something for parents of elementary, adolescent and teen students. Babysitting is not available.
For details, call Christy Walton, Parent Community Liaison at Payson Unified School District, (928) 472-5735 or Sarah Nelson, Director of Community Programs at Gila Community College, (928) 468-8039.
Registration available at the door.
Learn the harmonica
For all of you who can't sing, but want to have some music fun, learn how to play the harmonica! A four-session class is starting Wednesday, Oct. 27. Local music talent Joe Miracle is leading this class.
All ages welcome! Class size minimum and maximum is required.